Confidence can help you be more effective at anything you do. Some consider it a chicken and egg thing – does the confidence lead to the success, or does past success build confidence? The answer, of course, is yes.
You don’t need research to prove that when your confidence is higher, you will generally be less nervous and more effective. This applies to simple tasks and to more complex ones, as well. It is a part of what it means to be a human being.
The bottom line is that confidence matters a lot in our performance.
And yet, people seldom talk about the role confidence plays in our ability to coach out team members effectively. Whether we are coaching people up to a minimum standard, or coaching people to even higher performance, when we are more confident, we are more effective in helping them grow.
I’m not talking about over-confidence or pompous arrogance. I’m talking about a “I’m prepared and I’m clear on what I’m doing. I’ve got this.” kind of confidence.
It’s not enough to have a coaching model and some experience. If you want to be a great coach, the missing ingredient might be confidence.
I’ve put together a webinar, and rather than charging for it like we usually do, I’m offering it with my compliments. Because the ideas I am going to share are not talked about enough and are too important to keep to myself.
In just 60 minutes, you will be able to:
- Recognize the value of confidence to leadership success.
- Recognize the mindset that drives coaching confidence.
- Use three tactics to grow your confidence as a coach.
- Overcome your toughest coaching quandaries and challenges.
- Coach with confidence, not arrogance.
- Build confidence in others.
We will be busy – but as you can see, these ideas will help you coach others more successfully, and I look forward to sharing all of it with you. Join me at 1 pm ET on Monday August 27 – you can’t beat the price and the insights you will gain will benefit you and all those you coach for the rest of your career.